Boris and Carrie Johnson announce the birth of a baby girl | News Today

Boris and Carrie Johnson announce the birth of a baby girl

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The Johnsons announced in July that they were expecting a second child in December.

Carrie Johnson wrote at the time that she had miscarried earlier this year. “Hoping to have our rainbow baby on Christmas,” she wrote, referring to a child born as a result of miscarriage, stillbirth or neonatal death.

The couple already have a son, Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson, who was born in April last year.
They tied the knot in a secret wedding at Westminster Cathedral in London in May this year.
Opposition Labor Party Leader Keir Starmer tweeted congratulations to the Johnsons, adding: “I wish your family health and happiness.”
Johnson finally admitted in an interview in September that he had six children, including his son with Carrie, having previously dodged the question in numerous interviews and press conferences. This makes the new baby her seventh child.
The Prime Minister made the revelation by addressing Today’s NBC Show on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly.

Johnson told NBC it was “fantastic” to have a baby at 10 Downing Street, but it was also “a lot of work.”

“But I love it,” he added. “I change a lot of diapers.”

Four of Johnson’s children are with ex-wife Marina Wheeler and the fifth, a daughter, is the result of an extramarital affair.


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